|About the Book|
This book is a classic text from the mature days of the Stone-Campbell movement. It was still a text when this reviewer went to a Christian College in the early 70s. The material and method are still relevant as it based upon common logical principles of interpation such as historical and writer context, how the phrase is used in context, who is speaking, whether the old law or new law is under consideration. While it may be a bit taxing for the young reader, it payed dividends for generations of preachers and teachers who sought to learn the scriptures. Similiar works of more modern times are J.D. Thomas works and Logic and the Bible by Thomas B. Warren.